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Megaupload's Dotcom loses case to access extradition evidence

Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom on Friday suffered another blow to his fight against extradition to the United States to face online piracy charges after New Zealand's highest court rejected his app...

NZ court rules Megaupload warrant legal, dealing blow to Dotcom

A New Zealand court on Wednesday ruled that the search warrant used in the arrest of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on U.S.

Video: Kim Dotcom on MEGA and his major launch party

Coatesville - One year after authorities shut down the website, Megaupload, Kim Dotcom unveiled his brand new project with a party at his huge mansion in Coatesville, New Zealand.

Kim Dotcom moves new ‘Mega’ website to New Zealand

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom announced on Twitter early Monday morning the relocation of his new business venture to New Zealand.

Kim Dotcom to reboot NZ submarine cable and offer free broadband

Auckland - Dotcom's new file sharing website, Me.ga, will need bandwidth to carry all the new traffic that comes with it. New Zealand currently has only one transpacific fiber cable network, so he will build another one.

Kim Dotcom: 'ultimate file hosting solution' to be launched

Auckland - While still fighting extradition to the US on copyright violation charges, Dotcom, founder of the notorious Megaupload, has announced the upcoming launch of "Mega", a new and improved, raid-proof file sharing service.

Megaupload's Kim Dotcom teases new music service Megabox

Internet mogul Kim Dotcom uploaded a YouTube video promising a new online music service called Megabox. It will reportedly allow artists to sell their own music and earn 90 percent of the revenue generated through those transactions

New Zealand tactical unit raids Kim Dotcom’s home

Auckland - A new video released Wednesday reveals just how aggressive New Zealand police forces were when they raided Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom’s home in January.

U.S. Government, Twitter Ignoring Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom

Auckland - Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom made international headlines in January when his websites were seized by the U.S. Department of Justice. Now, though, a few organizations are doing their best to ignore him.

Video: Kim Dotcom writes a song for President Obama

Auckland - Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload, the former most well-known file sharing website, is sending President Obama a message in a song. 'What happened to your promise to keep the Internet free?'

Megaupload founder's extradition hearing delayed

Megaupload founder, Kim Dotcom, has been granted a few extra months of freedom. His extradition hearing has been delayed until early next year as the result of a judge's claim that the warrants used to raid his home and seize his property were invalid.

Kim Dotcom: still under house arrest but now online again

Auckland - Because his behavior has been exemplary, Dotcom is now back on the internet. He can also swim daily and visit a studio in Auckland twice a week.

15,600 members of U.S. Military had accounts with megaupload.com

In an interesting turn of events on the Kim Dotcom-MegaUpload case, it seems that many U.S. military and other government personnel had accounts with that website.

Incorrect court order means Kim Dotcom's assets may be returned

Auckland - In the ongoing case of Kim Dotcom, owner of megaupload.com, an error had been made in the paperwork and the court order is now "null and void". The New Zealand government may now be required to return Kim Dotcom's belongings.

Hosting companies may wipe out MegaUpload user data in two weeks

MegaUpload has been notified by the U.S. Attorney that user data, both copyright infringing and non-infringing, may be wiped out of leased servers.The wipe-out may come because MegaUpload does not have funds to pay for servers it has leased.

Megaupload founder, Kim Dotcom, arrested in New Zealand

Christchurch - Police in New Zealand raided homes and businesses with links to the founder of Megaupload.com, one of world's biggest Internet file-sharing sites U.S. authorities shut down Friday. U.S. official sources say the site earned $42 million in 2010 alone.
 

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